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    Griff

    Griff

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    ABC (ended 1974)
    Wade "Griff" Griffin is a former police department captain who is called back to service when his son, also a police officer, is murdered.
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    The Adams Chronicles

    The Adams Chronicles

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    PBS (ended 1976)
    This was an award-winning, thirteen-episode special by PBS that aired in the mid-1970s to commemorate the Bicentennial. It "chronicles" the story of the Adams progeny over a 150-year span, including John (signer of the Declaration, accomplished diplomat, and our 2nd President), his wife Abigail, his son John Quincy (acclaimed Secretary of State, our 6th President, and prominent abolitionist Congressman), grandson Charles Francis, and much-heralded members of the fourth generation.moreless
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    Friends (1979)

    Friends (1979)

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    Three eleven-year-old children--black Randy, product of a broken home, Nancy, and leader Pete--grow up in a small California town, dealing with the typical problems of a '70s adolescent. This show was cancelled after five episodes.moreless
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    Return to Peyton Place

    Return to Peyton Place

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    NBC (ended 1974)
    Sequel to the movie of the 1950s and the prime-time soap opera of the 1960s.
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    The Mallens

    The Mallens

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    ITV (ended 1979)
    British dramatic series
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    Boney

    Boney

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    Seven Network (ended 1973)
    Crime drama series. The cases of detective inspector Napoleon Bonaparte, part aboriginal, part white carrying his investigations throughout Australia. The show created a bit of a stir through its use of blacking up the lead actor to play the half-caste Boney.moreless
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    Eischied

    Eischied

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    NBC (ended 1980)
    Joe Don Baker returns to the role of NYPD Chief of Detectives Earl M. Eischied he had played in the movie To Kill a Cop. To him the ends justify the means, but he prefers to do things by-the-book. He leads a group of young cops hell-bent on solving crimes and righting wrongs.moreless
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    The Blue Knight

    The Blue Knight

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    Bumper Morgan, was a Los Angeles policeman, who walked the streets of the city.
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    Shaft

    Shaft

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    CBS (ended 1974)
    Short-lived crime drama based on the 1971 movie of the same name
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    Bracken's World

    Bracken's World

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    NBC (ended 1970)
    Bracken's World focused on the employees of the fictitious movie company Century Studios, located in Hollywood, California. John Bracken was the studio head, who, for the first season, was heard, but not seen.moreless
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    Serpico

    Serpico

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    Based on the 1973 movie of the same name
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    Beacon Hill

    Beacon Hill

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    Beacon Hill was considered to be an Americanized version of the British TV series, Upstairs Downstairs. While Beacon Hill debuted to monster ratings, the show dwindled and was cancelled after only 6 episodes, making it one of the most monumental flops in TV drama. The premise was good enough though: a rich and powerful family, the Lassiters, who lived on Boston's fashionable Beacon Hill (technically, Louisburg Square, Boston's answer to Belgravia in London) and their rambunctious servants. The idea was a good one, but it was not a winner like Upstairs Downstairs. After six episodes, the show was cancelled, but most of the actors went on to bigger things anyway!moreless
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    The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

    The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

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    ITV (ended 1973)
    Welcome to The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes at TV.com. This British show dramatized twenty-six stories by writers of more or less the same era as Sherlock Holmes. They were all popular in their day, but are less well known today. Each episode stands alone and has its own cast, all from the top drawer of British acting talent. The show is in colour but is not available on DVD - while a very high quality production in its day, definitely of the standard required by the later US compendium Mystery, The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes is almost forgotten now.moreless
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    The Love School

    The Love School

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    BBC (ended 1975)
    A six part dramatic series about the lives and loves of the members of the "Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood."
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    Storefront Lawyers

    Storefront Lawyers

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    Storefront Lawyers followed the career of high level attorney David Hansen who becomes disillusioned with his Los Angeles law practice and starts an on-the-street legal advice company called Neighborhood Legal Services. After 13 episodes, the show's name was changed to Men At Law and it's format changed, with Hansen and the others from the non-profit going back to work for the super law firm he had left.moreless
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    Disraeli

    Disraeli

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    ITV (ended 1978)
    British mini-series
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    Silent Number

    Silent Number

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    The Nine Network (ended 1975)
    Silent Hunter is a crime drama series that follows the story of Steve Hamilton, an idealistic doctor who is working for the New South Wales Health Department and has been seconded to the police force. He is responsible for the members of the police squad, the criminals arrested or questioned and their victims. He joined the Health Department out of two reasons: First he couldn't afford to open his own practice and secondly thought this would be more fascinating. Airing history notes: The series wasn't aired in one piece all over Australia. Only in Sydney the series aired on a regular basis, but not in production order. Alternative airdates are listed in the episodes and the production codes indicate the original order and storyline.moreless
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    The Oregon Trail

    The Oregon Trail

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    NBC (ended 1977)
    The Oregon Trail was a U.S. western drama series on NBC that was cancelled after only six episodes. All thirteen episodes would eventually be aired on BBC 2 in the U.K.moreless
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    Rafferty

    Rafferty

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Patrick McGoohan (Secret Agent, The Prisoner) returned to series television with "Rafferty", after two memorable guest star performances on "Columbo". McGoohan played a retired army doctor who is adjusting to civilian life. Dr. Sid Rafferty was cantankerous, independent, idiosyncratic and a brilliant diagnostician. Rafferty was a precursor to House, and McGoohan would have been a blast as Dr. House. The producer of the show was talented Jerry Thorpe (Kung Fu, Harry O, The Lazarus Syndrome, Our House). Thorpe always picked strong, somewhat atypical series leads. Thorpe was one of the best series drama producers of the 1970's. McGoohan was superb as Rafferty, although it was a little startling how much he had aged since "The Prisoner". But he was still an extremely attractive middle-aged man, sort of reminiscent of David Janssen. McGoohan directed one episode of "Rafferty", but he wasn't a producer as he was on "The Prisoner". McGoohan was never happy with the quality of "Rafferty", and he never did another series. But "Rafferty" was a fine effort, nothing to be ashamed of. John Getz played Dr. Rafferty's young associate, but was later replaced by talented Michael C. Gwynne.moreless
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    Westside Medical

    Westside Medical

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    ABC (ended 1977)
    Westside Medical is the story of Doctors Lanagan, Cottrell, and Parker, along with Carrie the receptionist, who open a clinic in Southern California to provide complete care to their patients.
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